First Line Friday – Driftwood Dreams


I hope summer has arrived in your neck of the woods! It can seem to make up its mind here, but at least we’re having sunny days! I don’t know about you, but a lot of our summer plans have changed drastically this year. I’m hoping that in lieu of actually going on the vacations we had planned, I’ll be able to escape into a few good destination books. 😉

Driftwood Dreams
by T.I. Lowe

Driftwood Dreams



My First Line:

Standing in the midst of the ebb and flow of her daily chaos always gave Josie Slater the same feeling as standing in the surf – it was ever-changing, yet she felt trapped in the same spot with her feet slowly sinking in the sand. 


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5 thoughts on “First Line Friday – Driftwood Dreams

  1. Happy Friday! I’m reading from an old book, and the kindle edition is free on Amazon. I have probably read it 10 times! My first line is from “Uncle Max” by Rosa Nouchette Carey:

    “It appears to me, looking back over a past experience, that certain days in one’s life stand out prominently as landmarks, when we arrive at some finger-post pointing out the road that we should follow.”


  2. My first line is from A Gilded Lady by Elizabeth Camden which I finished this week.
    June 30, 1900
    There was no such thing as a typical day at the White House, but Caroline Delacroix’s morning took a particularly difficult turn the moment she walked into her crowded office,

    Happy Reading!


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